Tag: Cambodia

Cambodia Half-Century After Genocide: A Letter from Phnom Penh

"In addition to landmine removal, Cambodia is fast becoming a world leader in the equally dangerous art of reconciliation after a genocidal conflict."

/ June 24, 2024

Survivors of Khmer Rouge Genocide and their Need for Mental Health Support

Watch live: FORSEA's Dialogue on Democratic Struggles Series with guest Farina So, Principal Deputy Director of the Documentation Center of Cambodia (DC-Cam) and author of "The Hijab of Cambodia: Memories of Cham Muslim Women after the Khmer Rouge".

/ September 29, 2022

FORSEA Dialogue on Democratic Struggles across Southeast Asia: Film Screening – “A River Changes Course”

Film screening of "A River Changes Course", winner of the World Cinema Grand Jury Prize for Documentary at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival, followed by dialogue with Executive Producer and renowned Khmer researcher of genocide, Mr Youk Chhang.

/ January 20, 2021

Sovicheth Meta, our new board member: Her take on Genocide Education and Empathy

As one of the generation born 20 years after the genocidal regime in my country, I am optimistic that peace, justice, and harmony will prevail when we stand in solidarity to speak out and stand up against all forms of hatred, discrimination, racism, and social injustice.

/ January 13, 2021


The worst drought season in a century, endless damming, ongoing climate change, and the harm of millions subsisting on a seasonal sea have all strained Tonle Sap to breaking.

/ August 20, 2019


Ruling Cambodia for four decades, for Hun Sen, to have democracy in Cambodia is to have him in power forever. Warning Cambodians, he says the country will be at 'WAR' if he loses the election.

/ February 20, 2019